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chairperson

Chairman The head of an academic department. See 'Chair. ', Cf Chief.
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The minister and the CP and WB chairperson also launched collaboration between Mohafiz Mobile App and the Bureau.
If the lax attitude of the department continues and the hiring of boards' chairpersons is done the same way, sources believe that the appointments through proper channels or advertisements may also see unnecessary delays.
The post was lying vacant as former chairperson Hafiz Farhat Abbas resigned over alleged political interference last month.
He said 13 of the 15 posts of Chairpersons in state commissions are vacant and the post of Chairperson of NHRC remained vacant for a long period.
In her tweet, Anum Qureshi said: 'As the chairperson of PCSW, Fauzia has always extended her support and guidance in ending violence against children, girls and women.
On Thursday night, however, Sharif had said his party would stay out of the recent matter relating to Iqbal, the NAB chairperson.
Nation media group Editorial Director Mutuma Mathiu was appointed the chairperson of the Kenya Copyright Board.
Gunners board of governors stated that it had met with Babitseng regarding the suspension and decided to re-instate him as chairperson.
Chairperson, deputy chairperson and advisors of the General Inspection Office
O'Sullivan, who recently concluded a six-year stint as Vice-Chairperson and Chairperson of the Munster Council, is the father of Cork legend Diarmuid O'Sullivan.
In some cases, Investor has initiated discussions with other large owners whether they also want to enter into an option agreement with the respective chairperson.